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Corporate Social Responsibility Process

Integration of CSR by the SME Managers. The network as a media of the managerial apprenticeship

ESCEM This article examines the way in which SME managers may adopt the CSR concept and decide to put it to practice using the support of the corporate network.

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How to explain the performance of a Socially Responsible Investment (SRI)?

ESCEM Many studies conclude that there’s no financial penalty to invest in Socially Responsible Investment Funds which can explain its important expansion. These results are contrary with the modern portfolio Theory. Aim of this paper is to explain these performances. According to us, liquidity constraint contributes to a less rigorous selection of values and a better performance.

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A comparative approach to CSR based on legal status

France This article aims to examine how the banks apprehend CSR according to their legal status: the case of cooperative banks and solidarity actions in France.
Is the concept of CSR an opportunity for French banks of the mutuality type sector? Do the banks have a tendency to copy and trivialize the concept?

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Social Responsibility of Enterprises: analysis of Carroll's model (1991) and application to the Tunisian case

ESCEM In the context of globalization and the development of the international alliances, Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) acquired a growing importance in the corporate positioning and strategies. One of the most used CSR models is Carroll’s four part model of corporate responsibility (1979, 1991).

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State of the art of CSR and Sustainable Development in France

France This article gives a comprehensive description of the way in which CSR, and more largely SD, is implemented today in France. It broaches new legislation established in the country and gives an explanation of the way in which the economic, social and political factors take these issues into consideration and act on them.

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From CSR to OSR, some food for thoughts

UAL The traditional CSR concept doesn’t include Social Economy and Public Administration on its framework. Be socially responsible means to have a soul and to act as a responsible citizen. To include social economy and public administration on CSR concept and framework we need another approach and a different concept.

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A new role for the Multinational Enterprises in the global supply chain

FLA - The Fair labor AssociationIn recent years, socially responsible Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) have increasingly assumed public functions, particularly in regions in which state actors are either unwilling or unable to provide basic rights.

Driven by Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), MNEs have filled gaps in labour market regulation through the implementation of Codes of Conduct (CoC) or the provision of voluntary welfare benefits.

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National Networks as a tool to develop OSR - The Portuguese case study

Portugal The national OSR networks can play a big role on develop the OSR approach into the companies and public administration.

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5. CSR and New challenges for Bulgaria

Bulgaria Definitely the new challenges of the implantation of CSR concept in Bulgaria are related to:

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